American indian movement

a militant movement or grouping of American Indians, organized in 1968 to combat discrimination, injustice, etc
Contemporary Examples

Brando’s later, somewhat disoriented, support for the militant american indian movement was the last straw for his critics.
Where’s Health Care’s Star Power? Lee Siegel October 1, 2009


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